LIKE THE EARTH

I look at the earth for inspiration. it revolves, it grows, it transforms and it keeps on going. It never stops. I can be like the earth. I can grow evolve, transform persevere, and be persistent. I can have my seasons of spring, summer, fall, and winter. I grow, I play, I change and IContinue reading “LIKE THE EARTH”

APOLOGIZING

i woke up this morning thinking about the person who said I was nagging her even though it was not my intent. Sometimes we hurt people whether we intend to or not. Regardless the damage is the same. Today I apologize because I regret anytime I hurt someone intentionally or not. I apologize to allContinue reading “APOLOGIZING”

STARTING THE DAY

The message keeps coming Start your day by giving to God and then God will give the day to you. How do you start your day? Do you start by having time with God? Time for your spiritual practice, spiritual discipline, devotion, prayer, or meditation. Do you tithe your time to God before spending theContinue reading “STARTING THE DAY”

FINDING THE SACRED

The sacred is everywhere in our lives. It is in the ordinary moments, people, places and things. The sacred can be found in our daily life, in the simple things we do like brushing our teeth, going to the bathroom, eating an orange, running water, walking down the hallway, or just breathing. The sacred canContinue reading “FINDING THE SACRED”

HOW TO GET TO CARNEGIE HALL

Getting to Carnegie Hall How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, practice, practice. This is how we should approach our spiritual practices. Practice, practice, practice. Like anything one must practice at an instrument, a craft, or a spiritual practice the way to master it is easy. Practice, practice, practice.

LOOKING IN, NOT OUT

I have long been taught to look for the Divine in the world. I have looked for the Divine in people, places, and things. What if instead of looking for the Divine in what is outside, we looked for the outside in us. What if I looked for that person in me, that place inContinue reading “LOOKING IN, NOT OUT”